Updating drivers for dummies

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I think that this "automatic update" is a tremendous feature whose time has come (if it's not overdue).

I've been reading these newsletters for a long time and while I try to understand some of the tech jargon thrown around, however many times my old brain just isn't what it used to be.

In previous newsletters answers that cover this subject are very confusing.

ISO images can be created from optical discs by dis... See the following link for an explanation: There are several ways to do this but you are advised to download from the main Linux distributors website like Ubuntu and its variants such as Ubuntu Mate, Kubuntu, Lubuntu etc.

What you do need to pay attention to is whether your computer is a 32 or 64 Bit system, if you are unsure, download the 32 Bit version of the ISO file and it will still work well on a modern 64 Bit PC. Make sure that the ISO you are downloading will actually run on your PC, always check out the “Minimum System Requirements” before deciding which one you want! Download from the following locations (Download the LTS version if you want a stable version which will be supported for a long time. ): https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Lubuntu/Get Lubuntu (Click on download link for the latest version! Ubuntu Gnome (Gnome 3 desktop, please read the release notes before downloading!

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